Northwestern Medicine physicians and nurses collaborated with the Chicago Fire Department to develop practice scenarios that will enhance communication between paramedics and physicians as well as continuity of care for patients.
Monthly Archives: October, 2015
In a paper featured on the cover of Molecular Cell, Northwestern Medicine scientists demonstrated what happens to gene transcription on chromosomes while cells undergo mitosis.
Scientists across disciplines, departments and schools at Northwestern University are teaming up to accelerate Northwestern Medicine research and bring innovative ideas to fruition.
In a recent study, co-author Dileep Varma, PhD, assistant professor of Cell and Molecular Biology, helped explain why the sequential degradation of key proteins is important for normal cell cycle progression.
A new grant from the National Cancer Institute will help three Chicago universities work together with many of the city’s underserved communities to foster impactful cancer research, education, training and outreach.
A new multidisciplinary Huntington’s disease clinic is a one-stop shop where patients can receive comprehensive care to manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.
Many patients on antihypertensive medications are at greater risk of cardiovascular disease, despite controlled numbers, according to a new Northwestern Medicine study.
Student group Queers and Allies recently celebrated the release of the medical school’s first annual OutList, one of many programs and resources it facilitates to promote acceptance of LGBT individuals at Feinberg and to improve health within the LGBT community.
Thomas Shanley, MD, takes on leadership roles at Feinberg and Lurie Children’s Hospital and shares his plans to increase collaboration between scientists, advance discoveries and make a bigger impact on the health of children.